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Good hit, Molly! / Story by Annette Smith ; illustrations by Udayana Lugo
Bib ID 8536318
Format BookBook [text, volume]
Author
Smith, Annette, author
 
Description South Melbourne, Victoria : Cengage Learning Australia, [2020] 
©2020 
16 pages : colour illustrations ; 15x19 cm. 
ISBN 9780170329743 (paperback)
Series

PM guided reading. Yellow. Level 6.

Notes

For pre-school age.

Subjects Table tennis -- Juvenile fiction.  |  Games -- Juvenile fiction.  |  Readers (Elementary)  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Luga, Udayana, illustrator

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